Ricardo Noronha was one of three researchers selected to receive Exploratory Funding from the NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities, in order to support an application to a European project. The jury considered that the proposal included a “good conceptualisation of the scientific problem and a very good state of the art”.
The aim of the GLOBHISPLAN project, dedicated to the global history of economic planning, is to organise an international workshop, with researchers that have been investigating economic planning in Southern Europe (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, etc.), and to visit several European archives. These activities will help to support an application for a grant from the European Research Council.
Ricardo Noronha is an Assistant Researcher at the IHC, and holds a project, obtained in the scope of the Individual Call to Scientific Employment Stimulus, entitled “Planning as an art of Government”, which focuses on the study of economic planning in Portugal between 1944 and 1977.
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Dec 5, 2023
Eight new research contracts were awarded to the IHC.
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